So I searched the alternative on Linux and find the “sshfs“ package is just what I need, which is just a 40KB package file. Here’s how to do so:
# If you want to create an user on the SSH server side with which to login the SSH server from a client, you can do like below on the server side:
# In this example, it assume your current local user account is "auser", and you have already created the "auser" account on the remote SSH server. All the following commands run on the local computer and the remote server should be accessable via SSH.
Then you should see a mounted “disk” named “ssh71” in your file manager(such as Nautilus), just like what you see after you plug a flash drive in your USB port. Then you can use remote file system as a local flash drive, which is very handy.
And of cource, it won’t work after you restart your computer. You can run the “sshfs” command after you restart your computer, or save it as a script and run it.
You can use the “ssh-copy-id” command from the client computer to let the SSH server knows the client and it won’t need the client input the password anymore(from here):